Der Fotomonat Februar schreit nach neuer Wanddeko

February 18th, 2014

Diesen Monat war viel unterwegs im Meraner Land in Südtirol, im Hochpustertal und im Grödnertal (ebenfalls Südtirol) und dann noch auf der Zugspitze. Immer mit dabei, meine gesamte Kameraausrüstung (Canon EOS 550d mit drei Objektiven, die GoPro 3 und mein iPhone für Instagrams) und noch ein Test-Gerät von Nikon – die 1 AW 1! Samt zweit Akks, Ladegeräten und Übertragungskabel, sowie SD Karten ist das einiges an Gepäck.

Macht aber nichts, denn jede Situation ruft nach einer anderen Kamera. Samt Filmmaterial macht das im Moment 46 GB Rohdaten auf meiner externen Speicherplatte aus. Ufff. Ein paar davon möchte ich aber unbedingt ausarbeiten lassen, wie zum Beispiel die süße Katze in unserem Garten… Vielleicht sogar auf Alu, dann kommen die Farben noch besser rüber und das gibt’s sogar auch online zum Bestellen beim Onlinefotoservice. Wahrscheinlich am besten eine Mischung aus Alu-Dibond (die sehen dann ohne Rahmen gut aus) oder als Poster auf Fotopapier (da dann lieber wieder mit Rahmen zum Aufhängen).

So ein Poser, dieser Herbert!

So ein Poser, dieser Herbert!

Oder ein paar der Schneebilder aus Südtirol, zur Erinnerung an den Winter.

White out!

White out!

Winterwonderland im Hochpustertal.

Winterwonderland im Hochpustertal.

Dann fehlen nur mehr viele unterschiedliche Rahmen und eine freie Wand in der Wohnung :-)

 

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Heartbeats in Paris and Tracing Time

February 1st, 2012

In what seems like a lifetime ago I was in Paris visiting a friend, who was studying there. I had a few days on my own since my friend was mostly busy with uni and my boyfriend was joining me later on for a romantic weekend in Paris. It wasn’t Valentine’s Day but the romantic idea surely helped when we planed the trip.

On one of those days that I spend alone wandering through Paris without a cent in my pocket I somehow ended up in the Centre Pompidou, where I suddenly found myself in a dark room. There was a film by the American artist Nan Goldin playing, accompanied by the voice of Björk (who I accidentally spotted the very same day at a cafe in Paris!)

Heartbeat is a film by Nan Goldin. This picture is stolen off undo.net

Heartbeat is a film by Nan Goldin. This picture is stolen off undo.net

It only took a few seconds and I was taken in by the moment. I sat there, completely blown away by the honesty and intimacy the pictures revealed. With my heart I deeply empathized with the feelings Goldin had captured on camera. Having said that – I also could have never expressed those kind of feelings in any way myself. This made me think about my perception of love and relationship and the changes it underwent.

Do we learn more about how to express feelings the older we get? Or do we get more skeptical and just simply better at hiding our feelings? How come that gestures like a hug when saying good bye can mean more over time than a kiss the morning after? But at the same time – aren’t we all willing to give more to get more?

Since then I’ve been looking to find the video on DVD or online. Unfortunately it’s not available anywhere, but today I stumbled upon some footage on YouTube. This is a bad recording, but it does give you an idea of what the film is like.

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Traditional Friday

September 16th, 2011

Love this shot I took in Innsbruck at the end of August!

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The perfect camera bag?

December 13th, 2010

I just came across this lovely bag. I’ve been looking for something to protect my SRL, I love taking it with me but don’t really have a proper nice bag. A wollen hat usually has to do.. and then I just put it in any random bag that will fit :-/


Inside…

Love that idea as well, way more affordable: An Inlet for any bag. 59 $ sounds okay as well…

Buy here.

Any other good suggestions? :)

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I want live in San Francisco one day

September 19th, 2010

Beautiful video by Simon Christen.

The Unseen Sea from Simon Christen on Vimeo.

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